KHR has supported Novo Nordisk Fonden and Region Zealand as architectural consultant in connection with the establishment of Steno Diabetes Center Zealand, especially at hospitals in Køge, Nykøbing F., Holbæk, Roskilde and Slagelse as well as in psychiatry. The aim has been to ensure high architectural quality and a common thread across the centres.
The new sterile centre is optimally connected to the Regional Hospital in Randers via a level-free connection through an existing transport corridor. KHR has designed the building so that the architecture meets the high requirements for sterile areas, technical equipment and smooth logistics.
The new Porsgrunn swimming and sports arena has been developed as part of Porsgrunn Municipality's to improve and increase access to swimming and sports facilities for school classes, sports clubs and citizens in the municipality. KHR, together with the local design firm Børve and Bochsenius, has assisted Porsgrunn Municipality with an upgrade of the existing Freshwater Centre in Kjølnes.
The expansion of SDU with the health faculty SUND is based on a continuation of SDU's clear building structure and architectural design language, which KHR created back in the 70s. The new faculty building links the New OUH with the existing SDU. The merging of the Faculty of Health and the University Hospital will foster collaboration between practice and research, thus providing optimal conditions for education, research and innovation in the health field. New SUND and New OUH, together a research and hospital project of 275,000m2 and a construction sum of DKK 6.3 billion.
KHR won 1st prize in an international architectural competition with its proposal for the Biocenter. The Biocenter inspires dynamic collaboration and creates the best environment for a multidisciplinary research environment.
KHR Architecture, as the general contractor's architectural advisor, has carried out an adjustment round and design of the layout proposal for the Regional Hospital, which has been prepared by the client's advisor. The project comprises the design and construction of the first phase of the new joint emergency department at Randers Regional Hospital and the planning of the subsequent phases.
The Department of Physical Education is a house where new ideas are born and tested thanks to a unique link between research and teaching in physical education. The different functions gathered in one building invite to a diversity of experiences.
NytOUH is one of the largest of the new Danish superhospitals, which puts a human holistic and sustainable concept at the centre. NytOUH will have a striking landscape architectural expression and will interact with the existing architecture of the adjacent SDU, designed by KHR in the 1970s.